All visitors attending Kidz to Adultz Wales and West in Thornbury Leisure Centre, Bristol, are invited to the Literature Zone where you will find your free copy of the latest issue of UNITE Magazine.
UNITE Magazine is the new monthly nationwide disability rights publication, giving disabled people a voice! Filling a niche in the marketplace, UNITE is a platform to highlight and discuss issues affecting disabled people and families with disabled children by raising awareness of campaigns, petitions and featuring topical issues. A platform to fight, vent and affect change!
UNITE covers politics, housing, universal credit, benefits, campaigns and much more! Regular columnists, interviews with leading personalities in the disability industry, contributions and personal stories from readers and a monthly round-up of news will makes UNITE a must-read magazine each month.
UNITE Magazine encourage all readers to get in touch to share your stories and experiences but also with feedback to help shape the magazine
Do you have a particular subject that gets you all riled up? Does your frustration and rage seep out whenever someone mentions access or equality or the cost of living? Or do you have a bad experience your think we should know about? You never know your story could affect change within the disabled community whether it is policy change or just raising awareness of a specific issue. Make your voice heard by emailing email@example.com or giving us a call on 0345 241 5651.
The Magazine is available in the UK on a subscription basis; you can either take out a six month or one-year subscription. Get UNITE Magazine each month for as little as £1 per issue. Find out more about a subscription by visiting www.unitemagazine.co.uk. If you are unsure about a subscription and would like to try before you buy you can request one free copy of UNITE on the website.
UNITE Magazine launched in March 2018 working in conjunction with Disability Rights UK.
For any general queries, advertising, editorial, or subscriptions please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0345 241 5651.